Melbourne, Australia -- (ReleaseWire) -- 07/17/2014 -- Core Liquidity Markets based in Melbourne, Australia announces the launch of their German and Hungarian language website. The additional languages will help an increasing number of German and Hungarian speaking traders learn more about the services offered by Core Liquidity Markets.
German and Hungarian traders can learn about products like trading Forex, CFDs and Precious Metals. In addition to the website Core Liquidity Markets also offers European Language support via a live chat service and by email and phone.
Managing Partner Michael Markarian said, “We are very excited about the new language services in both German and Hungarian. We have seen a big response from both countries and are looking forward to offering native language support in both of these very important markets.”
Core Liquidity Markets is constantly looking to improve its trading experience to its clients. We are looking to expand our language services in the future.
About Core Liquidity Markets
Core Liquidity Markets provides a marketplace for private investors, introducing brokers, asset managers and high-frequency traders alike, offering faster round-trip execution and complete transparency of pricing. The company’s principals and management team has over 40 years combined experience in the financial services industry. They have held roles in trading, banking, futures clearing, brokerage, and technology firms, some of which are amongst the largest in the world.
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